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Jumping RetroMOD (Auto Perfect) v4.10.1

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Size:140M Time:2022-10-05
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 <p>Following in the vein of their past games Gemini Rue and Primordia, Shardlight is another a vision of the future from Wadjet Eye Games, available now on the App Store.</p>�

  �<p>CSR Racing 2 remains one of the finest racing games on mobile. Visually impressive, content-packed, and excellent on the track, it's a racing enthusiast's dream come true. Now, Zynga is getting ready to introduce an all-new personalisation feature called Elite Customs, building upon the game's already extensive customisation options.</p><p>This completely revamps your in-game garage, offering enhancements over the current version's performance&nbsp;customisation for your car collection. You'll now have access to exclusive custom paints, liveries, and interior options, as well as wheel upgrades and license plate mods. Full control over vehicle decals is also now available, allowing you to add numbers, crew names, your name, and country flags to your collection.</p><p>You can earn some all-important Elite Parts by winning in the game's PVP Showdown mode. These can then be used to customise your collection and upgrade your vehicles' overall performance. The more victories you claim, the more Fusion Upgrades, Star Rarity Boosts, and RP Bonuses you'll earn.</p>The best cars in CSR Racing 2, in every tier<p>"A huge appeal of CSR2 is that you can collect and race the cars of your dreams. With this feature, you can now customise your rides to showcase your racer identity," said Julian Widdows, Vice President of CSR2. "Elite Customs takes the performance of your cars to never-before-seen levels with additional fusion slots and better-fitted parts".</p><p>While you can only modify eight Legends vehicles as of right now, more are planned to be added in future.</p><p>We've covered CSR2 a fair bit since its arrival on iOS and Android in 2016. Our review from launch was mostly positive, with reviewer Matt Suckley calling it "an exceptionally pretty and compulsive drag racing game, but not a revolution". CSR2 has continued to morph and improve since then, maintaining a sizable playerbase along the way.</p><p>If you're yet to take it for a spin, you'll find CSR Racing 2 available for download now as a free-to-play title from both the App Store and Google Play.</p>Big fan of racing games? Here are 25 of the best for iPhone and Android&nbsp;

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  �<p>Every once in a while you find a game that has an interesting concept, a nice finish, and generally plays about in fairly unexplored territory. For us, that game is Lightseekers by PlayFusion.</p><p>As a mixture of a physical card battler, an epic RPG, and an augmented reality game, Lightseekers is pretty neat. Though the game can be played together with each of its elements (the cards, video game, and figures), you can also play the game with each of these elements separately, though you won't get quite the same experience.</p><p>The general story is based around the colossi, an ancient race that was lost hundreds of years ago after a cataclysmic event tore the world in two. The only remnants of the beings are scattered ruins, powerful artefacts, and the giant rifts that scar the planet. After the umbron has awakened, their interest in the colossi is dangerous so it's up to you, a Lightseeker, to unravel the mysteries of the planet's past and stop the umbron.</p><p>There are lots and lots of elements to this game that are very difficult to explain, so check of PlayFusion's Kickstarter campaign and read about the project yourself. It's definitely something I want to see out in the world in the coming years.</p>

  <p>Foursaken Media is pumping out games at a faster pace than almost any other iOS developer out there.</p><p>Recently, it brought out All is Lost which was a fun take on the endless running genre thanks to the perma-death nature of its gameplay.</p><p>Now Foursaken is getting into... the clicker genre?</p><p>Well, not exactly. See, its newest game called War Tortoise is a third person shooter in which you play a tank that needs to shoot down incoming waves of ennemies.</p><p>You won't be able to move, instead your movements will be limited to turning your cannon and firing.</p><p>But the entire progression system is inspired by clickers like Clicker Heroes. This means that there's a loop of upgrades that will make you spend more to earn more and will even add, in time, companion AIs that do the shooting for you.</p><p>It's like a turret defense then with some added clicker inspiration.</p><p>As always, the game will make full use of iOS' power with the framerate capped at 60fps on high end devices.</p><p>It should hit the App Store this month or early April.</p><p>[Source]</p>"If we are to be friends you must call me Leslie," said the other with an odd passion.

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  <p>Apple has scrapped contracts for some in-development games planned for its Apple Arcade subscription service, shifting its focus to titles that it feels stand a better chance of retaining subscribers. That's according to a Bloomberg report from earlier today.</p><p>Apple is said to have contacted developers in mid-April to tell them that their games didn't offer the level of "engagement" now being sought after. Some developers whose contracts were cancelled have since faced financial woes, though these studios were paid based on the development milestones achieved up to that point.</p>�

  &#;<p>With the Google Daydream barely released, and actually barely accessible to those who don't own a Pixel, Samsung are back at it with their latest Gear VR headset.</p><p>It's a cheaper alternative to the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, but Gear VR's first and second generation headsets were left wanting a little. Though poking and swiping a touch-pad on your temple might not seem like much of a bother, after a while your arm gets tired.</p><p>That's why Samsung's latest headset has an interesting new feature: a physical controller. Shaped a little like the Vive controller, this next-gen feature will make selection and interaction much more natural and (hopefully) less clunky.</p><p>"The controller’s touchpad has been tuned to make it easy to navigate to your favorite videos and perform a number of actions within a game, while the trigger lets you select, grab, take aim, and fire," it states on the Oculus blog.</p><p>Better yet, if you already own a Gear VR, the controller will be available to buy separately and are compatible with older models. The controller itself connects via bluetooth to a VR-enabled Samsung phone, so there's no need to start selling your headsets.</p><p>Apparently Oculus also has over 70 controller titles in development as they prepare for the launch of the hardware. Though they say that they'll open up the SDK to developers in the next few weeks, there's not yet a date or price for consumer release.</p>

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  �"Well, there's such a thing as decency, isn't there? Even if a man is rejoicing in his heart over his wife being dead, he needn't proclaim it to the four winds of heaven. And happy day or not, Job Taylor wasn't long in marrying again, you might notice. His second wife could manage him. She made him walk Spanish, believe me! The first thing she did was to make him hustle round and put up a tombstone to the first Mrs. Job--and she had a place left on it for her own name. She said there'd be nobody to make Job put up a monument to HER."

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